# The frequencies and voltage used in Dielectric heating are

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The frequencies and voltage used in Dielectric heating are

(A) 10 – 30 MHz, upto 25 kV (B) 50 – 60 Hz, upto 25 kV

(C) 10 – 30 MHz, upto 100 V (D) 50 – 60 Hz, 110 V – 230 V

The frequencies and voltage used in Dielectric heating are 10 – 30 MHz, upto 25 kV

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